Harmonix’s Rock Band 4 will be launching later this year, representing a continuation of the cult classic, massively successful music game series. Harmonix has, repeatedly, stressed Rock Band 4 as a platform for sharing and consuming music, one that will e iterated on, rather than be replaced with subsequent retail releases.
The first step for that would be the game having a good built in catalog of music to begin with, and today, Harmonix took a step closer to that, when they announced new tracks that will be in the game. These tracks include:
Aerosmith – “Toys in the Attic”
The Cure – “Friday I’m In Love”
Dream Theater – “Metropolis – Part 1 ‘The Miracle And The Sleeper’”
Foo Fighters – “The Feast and the Famine”
Judas Priest – “Halls Of Valhalla”
Live – “All Over You”
The Outfield – “Your Love”
Ozzy Osbourne – “Miracle Man”
Paramore – “Still Into You”
St. Vincent – “Birth In Reverse”
Van Morrison – “Brown Eyed Girl”
This, coupled with the already announced tracks, as well as confirmation that Rock Band 4 will be compatible with all of your music from the previous three games, means that you really shouldn’t have a shortage of music, when the game does come out.